Philip Freeman


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    Giacomo Bruzzo’s RareNoise label has built a catalog filled with adventurous releases.

    RareNoise Blurs The Lines Of Genre

    Before he was a label owner, Giacomo Bruzzo was a frustrated finance bro. Born in Italy, he moved to the U.K. in 1991,…

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    ​Gard Nilssen performs with his Accoustic Unity ensemble during the 2019 jazzahead! conference in Bremen, Germany.

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    Avram Fefer expands his trio by adding guitarist Marc Ribot.

    Avram Fefer at the Outer Limits

    Saxophonist Avram Fefer is drawn to musicians who push the outer limits of what’s possible. Ornette Coleman, Wayne…

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    Jerome Jennings follows up his 2016 release, The Beast, with Solidarity.

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    The sound of pianist Marilyn Crispell changed following a trip to a festival in Stockholm: “I heard them playing stuff that really, really touched me.”

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    JD Allen’s latest effort, Barracoon, is predicated on emotion more than charts.

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    Rob Mazurek has three new releases on the Astral Spirits label.

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    Johnathan Blake takes musical cues from his late father, John Blake Jr., a violinist who performed with McCoy Tyner and Archie Shepp.

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    Eric Harland (left), Chris Potter and James Francies have recorded a new album, Circuits.

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    Joseph Jarman (1937–2019)

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    Maja S.K. Ratkje performs at the Rune Grammofon 20th anniversary celebration at Nasjonal Jazzscene in Oslo, Norway.

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    Tyshawn Sorey recently issued music through the digital platform PEOPLE.

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    Drummer Tony Allen has claimed to be able to play a different time signature with each limb simultaneously.

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    Greg Howe (left) and Roscoe Mitchell at Fantasy Studios in Berkeley, California, on Nov. 9.


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